Saturday, December 22, 2012

A Process Roundup

A nearly done, newly painted front porch coordinates with the cozy cabin. The rubberneckers won't cringe looking at an unpainted porch when they drive slowly by.

Evergreens grow and multiply to give a garden in the deciduous forest winter interest.

Will the cauliflower survive to flower caulis come spring? They are proving most hardy. I still have potatoes and parsnips to dig when a desire arrives.

One clothes cabinet is complete. I will fill it with more stuff and clutter up the top on a nice snowy day. Building the hanging clothes closet can commence anytime.

Progress is being made on winter time processes.


Lola said...

A sight to behold for the rubberneckers. It sure looks fine. Glad to hear that you still have veggies to gather. I did go out & get a couple green onions & some lettuce for my burger. Taters are up. Don't know how they will do as this is a first for me for winter time. Picked my ONE lime yesterday when covering up the plant. Had already picked the 3 lemons. Can you freeze the zest & juice for future use?

Sallysmom said...

Wishing you a very Merry Christmas.